The Design Thinking Process
Empathise: connect with and understand the needs and perspective of your users
Define: use prior knowledge and insights to define the problem that needs to be solved
Ideate: brainstorm and explore a lot of different ideas
Prototype: transform your ideas to create a tangible outcome
Test: take your prototype to your end users to observe and gain feedback. Refine and redevelop.
Implement: action your idea and put it into practise.
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Click the link to hear Jessica Dettmann reading THERE'S NO SUCH BOOK
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Some interesting quotes about listening and being present to use as classroom discussion starters:
“Listening is about being present, not just about being quiet.”
"The quieter you become, the more you can hear."
“We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.”
“It takes much more than just hearing to listen intentionally, mindfully, and thoughtfully."
Deborah L. Wolter
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Book Trailer for H IS FOR HAPPINESS, the movie version of My Life As An Alphabet
Click on the images below for coding websites. Don't forget about written coding games and strategies like The Pigpen Cipher and simple Letter to Number Cipher.
Click on the images for websites, digital curricula, videos and lesson plans about cyber safety for students, educators and parents.
Click on the images below for a lesson plan to use with Stage 3, more information about the author, and information about the invasion of Poland in WW2.
Just a couple of TL's chatting about the books they love and offering some tips and insights on possible uses within the classroom. On this blog page you'll find all the episode activities and notes mentioned by me. For activities and notes mentioned by Lynette click on her blog page Mrs Barker's Tearoom